After a long hiatus, you'll be glad to hear that development has restarted on this set. This involves an entire recoding of the set in NML (the old set was bodged together with GRFmaker and limited NFO knowledge) and also designed to go together with the Trains of Europe - Tracks set.
For more info, see the new development thread.
Original Post wrote: Hi everybody,
I am proud to announce the first official public alpha release of my Generic European Train Set. It is also my first official GRF release ever. It contains various locomotives from all over mainland Europe, especially concentrating on ones that were common among morre than one railway company and/or were built in large amounts. The aim of this set is for you to be able to replicate the activities of European private railway companies that have been increasing in numbers lately. Also, it will provide vehicles from 1837 onwards (eventually ) for those early-start fans. It will therefore include locomotives from the Landerbahnen of the 19th and early 20th century.
There are no freight cats in this set; you will need to use the GEFC (Generic European Freight Cat Set) when it's done
I hope you enjoy this set as it is so far, please feel free to post critiques and ideas and bugs on the development thread. http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=46765
I will have a little less time to work on my sets now because I am back at school now. However, expect some updates soonish!
Public Alpha 2 is here! It contains everything promised...
Still A few bugs though, I will fix these.
*Express DMU is weird in buy menu
*Diesel Railcar will also be available as double unit
*Fixed backwards depot sprites
*Improved vehicle prices
*Cat carrier now shows cats when loaded
1) Add remaining locos/MUs (~33) and wagons (2)
2) Fix running cost on some vehicles
3) add more livery variaions on some vehicles
(edit:) This should work in OpenTTD from 0.6 or so, but TTDPatch compatibility is untested, although it should work. Please report any problems.
(edit) It's on GRFCrawler now
There is a narrow gauge extension of this set in progress! See page 2 for further details.